Grateful Dead Live at Capitol Theater on 1970-06-24
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8. THE OTHER ONE
9.COSMIC CHARLIE cut
10.NEW NEW MINGLEWOOD BLUES
EARLY ACOUSTIC (partial,missing first 5 songs, taper error)
12. paging David Nelson & Marmaduke sound directives
13. CUMBERLAND BLUES
14. COLD JORDAN
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|NEW NEW MINGLEWOOD BLUES|
|THE OTHER ONE|
|paging David Nelson & Marmaduke sound directives|
|COSMIC CHARLIE cut|
- 2008-04-09 13:51:57
- Sony tcd5pro2>dbx223> Sonyrcdw500c MC>EQ>CDR>EAC>FLAC
- Port Chester, NY
- recorded by J.Cooper: Hitachi trq-222 stereo casstte recoder using 2 hitachi mics and a 120 minute tape.
- Taped by
- J. Cooper
- Transferred by
- Capitol Theater
The four-star rating here is due to the cut in Cosmic Charlie - man, what a painful thing that is, especially after listening to that famous old tune glide so coolly on the heels of a truly :::::incredible::::: Other One suite - I think this muffled old aud brings the essence of the performance out better than a sbd could. 'Course, I'm no hypocrite and would probably salivate like anyone else if a board actually did emerge from this legendary show. Still, given the familiarity I have with this intimate auds from 6/24, I'll come back to this *any* time.
Good Lovin' is rockin-hot as well; fit this set after your NRPS early set (see ID#:23062); the last few tunes here make actually a better source for the late show acoustic set than ID#:7476, and you can piece together the rest of the late show from the various remaining splinters on the archive.
After a few seconds' listening, you'll decide if these myriad 6/24/70 AUDs are for you or not; for me, it's a most-delicate treasure. That Cosmic Charlie will likely be forever diced. I'm amazed we have as much here as we do.
Subject: POTENT AND POWERFUL DEAD SHOW
Subject: Raw and Wonderful
The Other One will blow you away.
Subject: Workingman's Dead
Then we all had to leave the theatre and wait to re-enter for the second show. But we were smoking a joint on the sidewalk and my friend got busted. I had to go find his mother in NYC to bail him out and missed the second show.
Subject: We need a correct date for this show now
This set must also be from Portchester -- the sound is identical. The sound of the drums is unmistakable.
This is a phenomenal, first-rate, Other One.
I remember, way back, that the June Portchester run included two nights: 6/24 and 6/25.
Is it possible that this is the case?
We clearly have 3 sets that sound like they are from this venue and time.
What a shame this period, summer thru late 1970, is mostly absent from the Vault...
Long live Portchester.
High rating is for performance. SQ reduces it to a 4-star.
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